Larvik HK coach Karl Erik Bøhn takes two more years

Larvik HK coach Karl Erik Bøhn takes two more years

With the signing of a new two years contract, Karl Erik Bøhn is the headcoach that has been in the norwegian club for the longest time. Karl Erik Bøhn signed a new two years contract right before easter.

– This is the worlds best job a handballcoach can have, I can’t get any better job than this. I’m fortunate to get this trust for two new years. It’s great to have the responsibility for the sportresults and work with so many great people both on and off court. I’m proud to travel around and represent Larvik HK, says Karl Erik Bøhn

Managing director in Larvik HK, Bjørn-Gunnar Bruun Hansen is happy to got the signature of Bøhn.

– He is a continuity of carrying the club and is one of the few coaches who really know what it takes to train a topclub. We still lack a title in the club, and believe that Karl Erik Bøhn, together with Tor Odvar Moen, may be the right person to provide the club’s Champions League trophy, Bjørn-Gunnar Bruun Hansen said.

Before Karl Erik Bøhn started as a headcoach in 2005, he had three seasons together with Ole Gustav Gjekstad in the club. Together with this period Karl Erik Bøhn has been in the club for ten years when the next period runs out.

Karl Erik Bøhn has experienced 20 triumfs with Larvik HK. Two victorys in Cupwinners Cup, seven Norwegian gold medals in the cup, six goldmedals in the Norwegian league and five victorys in the norwegian play-off.
Wednesday (today) he is collecting his seventh goldmedal in the norwegian league with Larvik HK

Headcoaches in Larvik HK:

1990 – 1992 Peter Berthelsen (DEN)
1992 – 1994 Marit Breivik
1994 – 1996 Gunnar Pettersen
1996 – 1998 Kristjan Halldórsson (ICE)
1998 – 2005 Ole Gustav Gjekstad
2005 – Karl Erik Bøhn

Source: Larvik HK

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Bjørn Kenneth Muggerud, CEO of Goldfish Media, chief editor for, handballreferee & handballcoach since 1990.

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